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Schoology is where teachers post assignments and assessments, and students often look here for what work they have to get done. Seeing multiple large assignments causes stress and inevitably requires a large amount of time that could ruin a students weekend.

Lack of coordination around testing unnecessarily increases student workload

Aidan Rogers '22, Staff Writer March 23, 2020

A week in the life of a Staples student is much like the month of March; it comes in like a lion, and out like a lamb. Checking Schoology on a Saturday night to see three tests and a presentation in the...

Smaller quizzes are passing the test

Smaller quizzes are passing the test

January 11, 2018

By Emma Van Riper ’20 In preparation for a test, all you can do as a student is study your hardest in hopes for a good grade. But, no matter the subject, large tests overwhelm students due to their...

I dub thee an easy AP

I dub thee an easy AP

Emily Wolfe , Staff Writer May 30, 2014

Nowhere in writing do the words “easy” and “AP” appear in the same sentence; however among Staples students, these polar opposites often mesh into one common oxymoron: “easy AP.” While some...

Procrastination Responsible For Lack Of Sleep

December 22, 2010

Editorial Most students at Staples bring something else besides a notebook and a pen to their first period classes. Frequently, these kids are seen carrying cups filled to the brim with a caffeinated...

A Guide to Freshman Year

September 14, 2010

Jordon Shenhar '13 Web Features Editor For most of us, today marks a return to the mundane routines of our everyday school lives. But for this year’s incoming class of freshmen, today is a new beginning. Almost...

Photo by Carlie Schwaeber '12

September 14, 2010 | The Learning Commons

September 14, 2010

9:06. At the beginning of second period, students and faculty gathered in the Learning Commons. Students were finishing up last nights homework, along with studying for upcoming tests. While it is...

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